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Last month I got the chance to attend the Maria Grachvogel SS15 Bloggers Preview. It was a lovely evening filled with beautiful dresses, macaroons and champagne. 
I have admired Maria's designs since I came across her work at University. While at Uni I also got the chance to work backstage at one of her shows, which was an exciting and fabulous experience. 
Maria is known for her classic jumpsuits, beautiful silk draped pieces and her eye for creating clothes that flatter a women's shape. 
Her SS15 collection was made up of stunning dusky pinks, lilacs and greys with beautiful flowing watercolour statement prints throughout. Lace cutout work also made a subtle appearance with classic red and black dresses making a sophisticated but fashion forward statement. 

So this review is very overdue, I received this sample of the REN Hot Cloth Cleanser with InStyle magazine a few months ago. I really wanted to try this product out as I am such a fan of REN products and their business ethics behind natural skincare.
I knew through trying other REN products that the cleanser would smell beautiful and it does, very fresh and natural and definitely no nasty synthetic scents!
The sample came with a free mini flannel which was super cute!
When first using the product it did feel strange applying the product straight to the my face without any water but it felt beautiful on my skin.
I usually use a cleansing oil first to remove my eye make up and then use a cleanser, so I did not test its effectiveness on removing make up, but I was very impressed how fresh and revived my skin felt.

Since, trying the REN Hot Cloth Cleanser sample I now have the 50ml sized product that I received in a REN Gift set that I have a post about coming soon!

Thought I'd pop a post up from a trip to Brighton I made a few weekends ago with my boyfriend. I have only been to Brighton a few times before and it had been a while since I had last visited.
I love how close Brighton is from London, moving away from Dorset has really made me miss the seaside and it was so lovely to be back beside the sea. 
Our trip to Brighton was really lovely and relaxed and of course involved popping in to the lovely individual shops that they have. I had never realised how many amazing homeware shops they have! - I will definitely be popping back to a few shops especially Unlimited and Edited, so many amazing prints!

Outfit: Trench (current favourite piece in my wardrobe atm) - Topshop // Top - Topshop // Jamie Jeans - Topshop // Necklace - Alex Monroe // White Converse // Watch - Marc By Marc Jacobs // Navy bag - Zara //